Patently makes some good points, as usual, but most striking is this question;
Let's rephrase this, shall we:
- No-one in the UK managed to set up a Starbucks, a Google, or an Amazon
- The UK has an attitude which is distinctly unfriendly towards entrepreneurs, reflected in high corporation tax rates and an angry mob who descend on anyone who isn't paying a "fair"** share
Could these two possibly be connected?
To me, it's obvious they are, but the British public seems to think otherwise.